Educational games are used to enable students to learn new knowledge and develop skills in a
fun and non-pressured environment.
These are examples of games suitable for students to develop valuable skills and knowledge.
Developed by Technoturz
These games are good for developing memory.
- A matching game developed with Adobe Flash: Robot Matching Game
These games develop sequencing skills and visual memory.
Other Games recommended by Technotutorz
- Lightbot, a free on-line game teaching the basics of robot programming. A good feature is that it shows players how difficult it is, sometimes, to create a program with limited programming space.
- Lightbot 2 is now available, more puzzling than before. Use programmer-style logic to tell the bot how to light up all the blue tiles! Functions, conditionals, recursion, expert levels- many different features for new and old players.
- Robomind is a new and very simple educational programming language that will familiarize you with the basics of computer science by programming your own robot. In addition to an introduction into popular programming techniques, you will also gain insight into areas such as robotics and artificial intelligence.